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March 30, 1926 - Image 2

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PAGE~ TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TPE~DA1i MRCH 30, 1926

Wite Blames Human Element For, Laxity
In Administration Of Criminal Justice!
"Four-fifths of the delay and' ineffic- I s
lency iu the administration of crimi- seiu rul ihorpeetsa prosecutor s office of Detroit the pros-
naljutic i no te aul o th lwtemn is with this human element inl- ! ecutors are so swamped with cases
but of the human element involved," xvolvedI which manifests itself in count- that they, must go into court without
stated Prof. John R. Waite, of the La", toss ways: delay, indifferen~e; ineffic- ; knowing, many times, what the case j
school, in an intie(04iw yestierday, on l ency, p)ublhic iolizing of criminals, is about or what the witnesses may (
methoids of speodiug up 't 6 enforce- a and a lack of interest in t he welfare say, while the dlefendant has the ad-
~icif Otjustic('. . imiy oinion f fthe community. For example, xve vanitages of a wxell lpreparedi brief; andl
saidI Professor Waite, "that moost 1)f'!find that during a certain year in Chii an attorney whxo thoroughly under-
the c I iti( is u, diyieclged .at our, prEse'it ;(5)go, only 25 per cent of those indictc ;tands the case. This is obviously a I
procedure fails to take inptp cousid \er'e vuis~hed. In the state of Ger e rio0us (ltsadvantage. In Chicago. four
eration this pertinent fact. gia only 40) per oent cif those indicted j Murder cases- were allowed to b- post-)
"ftli,;law at, fault, -if., can bl;",tIre;Ve'0o," c"iC '. poneld for more than three years after
'chnge',aihd i5 bwing changedl. ,, i-t ' '11ny times tllhe admin tr ,tors of .the crimes had been comnmitteed. One
when w 1c ons!imr thq. hnniaji el~nmeikt11 t(c re'ovrworked, thus reducing! ease was postp)oned 34 times, another
we haven'a I'c~nte ~r ,&nireiy. f heir i c O i e:Ic.ssgreatly. Il ip:1' f '(1onl inued on Page Eight)
I beliov )ttttpien yenvia
its the ork iuthel erefceof ei mo .
is; the souindest oe, aid that it is ni,
due to it. thait 1we ha-ve a lax encii11
inent of the law. By far the mlost'. ; ° "
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